January 09, 2016

Book Review: No parking. No halt. Success non-stop! by Abhishek Ratna

No parking. No halt. Success non stop!

Author: Abhishel Ratna
Publisher: Supernova Publishers
Rating: 3/5

“Have no fear of perfection - you'll never reach it”- and the author Abhishek Ratna targets the basics of achieving success. ‘No parking. No halt. Success non-stop!’ is a self-help book that offers an insight into the intricacies of work environment. The book offers 50 career lessons that can be read and used in personal life for dealing with complicated situations.

The author has successfully targeted many myths and sayings and has provided a logical and acceptable answer to almost all the queries and concerns of the new recruits. Since ages we have been hearing about the need to maintain the work life balance or the balance between the professional and the personal life. This book not only helps in establishing this balance but also helps in making its readers understand the importance of professional success.

Grab this book from your nearest store.

My opinion
If you want something desperately then don't spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door. You need to work hard and strive for it in order to snatch success from the jaws of death. The cover of the book is ok. A more professional cover could have been better. The font and the style is a little big as compared to the standard. But I liked it because this made the book look lighter and made the content spread out.

The book has been divided into 50 chapters. And further into 12 headings based on the twelve months Each chapter has a lesson to be learnt in the end and the chapter consist of humorous instances and real life experiences that are very much relatable. The language is really very simple and at no point does the reader feel the urge to keep the book down. The content section has been prepared nicely, Unlike the tradition of romantic fiction these days, this book definitely is something new.

The plus point of the book is the small and to-the-point chapters that bind the interest of readers.

Good effort done by the author.

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                    Review copy: Courtesy Author Paradise


  1. This seems like a book I'd surely read, for its chapters are small and to the point. Thanks for sharing.

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